Double feed issue with Tapco G2 trigger
I sometimes (very rarely however) get a "2 round burst" with my G2 trigger. It is a Bulgarian build on a Nodak Spud receiver. Actually, it could be slamfiring, I can't tell either way.
Is there a remedy for this? Does the trigger need adjustment or should it be replaced?
Is the receiver a NDS 3?
If so, check their web site regarding the use of a G 2 with that receiver.
I'm not sure what kind of Nodak Spud receiver it is. It doesn't say.
BTW, I read that there was a recall of G2 triggers at some point. Have others tried sending their triggers back to Tapco?
The TAPCO website has information on how to determine if the disconnector is drilled too deep.
If it's defective TAPCO will replace it.
If it's not defective, the Arizona Response Systems website has a tutorial on modifying G2 fcgs to eliminate hammer follow.
Are you shooting from a rest when it does this? My G2 will "bump fire" sometimes(3 instances) when shooting off a front and rear bag. I believe it occurs in my case, because of the loose grip/hold in this arrangement.
Do you really want to explain to Barney Fife that you bump fired it and it didn't double?
Hammer follow is DANGEROUS - it can cause out of battery firing and catastrophic failure.
ATF, in their infinite wisdom, mandated removing the safety feature that prevents it - the safety sear.
Def. bad manipulation of the trigger on my part. Will doing the adjustments eliminate the chance of this despite said manipulation?
It is a mechanical FAILURE. That you can avoid it by different trigger manipulation does not make the DEFECT go away. A properly dimensioned an d adjusted trigger will not double under any circumstance.
Got it. Thanks, will attempt the adjustments.
Also, this was in an Arsenal SGL31 and not a NDS receiver for anyone's reference.